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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 31, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie cards 69 to finish third

Local News
 •  Births
 •  At one with her flowers
 •  Wahine unfazed by hype
 •  1959-2005 Sgt. Frank Tiai 'touched a lot of hearts'
 •  Bugs give a boost to farm fair a galloping good time in kapolei
 •  Days of welcome in Kahalu'u
 •  Estate fund will benefit Kahuku
 •  Spacewalk goes smoothly for 2
 •  State, city to discuss Waikane flooding
 •  Washington Week
 •  Boards object to new city rules
 •  Scientists from UH pursue key particles
 •  Fish, hope flourish off Kaho'olawe
 •  Tourist drowns at Pounders
 •  Hawaiian healing gains acceptance
 •  Obituaries

 •  'My motivation is in teaching'
 •  Fan-favorite Penn too much for Gracie
 •  Broncos looking good on flip side
 •  Wie six back at Open
 •  Hawaiian CC team to beat
 •  For Clay, baby Jacob an 'amazing' change
 •  Hawai'i Babe Ruth team wins, 11-1 Happy reunion
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Lost' and 'Housewives' plan major revelations
 •  Comforts of camping
 •  Korea's coffee shops can be expensive date
 •  O'ahu vets offer microchip ID service in August
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Cormac McCarthy's guns, cliches blazin'
 •  Hawai'i's best sellers
 •  Lead character muddles through 'Monsoon'
 •  Lit Beat
 •  UH professor's prose strikes pleasant chord
 •  Expo 2005 in Japan melds global technology, nature
 •  Hiroshima's aura overwhelming
 •  Tour de Ship
 •  Art calendar
 •  Kuroda reflects on abstract art, life
 •  Love blossomed from being together
 •  A blast with the past
 •  Sakuma vows had strings attached

 •  Complaints about debt collectors skyrocketing
 •  Deal may keep Lance up front
 •  Hawai'i market watch
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  New Microsoft anti-piracy software already hacked
 •  Newbies get bank freebies
 •  Taylor named new ad director

 •  Greedy landlords a nasty reality of housing shortage
 •  Energy bill falls short as vehicle for change
 •  O'ahu needs more property tax relief
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Akaka bill: Legislation will help Native Hawaiians to move forward
 •  Akaka bill: Many questions on potential economic, social impact remain
 •  American China-bashers contradict free-trade policy
 •  Lost in space?
 •  No regrets on a rewarding profession: teaching
 •  Six-party talks unlikely to bring results
 •  Feature changes well deliberated

Dining Out
Chef Jay Matsukawa opens new eatery
Comparative shopping leads to tasty deals
Local divas to entertain diners at Chai's